Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1312873

Date first listed: 12-Jan-1967

Statutory Address: THE BATH HOUSE


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Statutory Address: THE BATH HOUSE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Cheshire East (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Spurstow

National Grid Reference: SJ 56951 55324


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2/57 The Bath House

12 January 1967 II*

Farmhouse, late C16. Plastered and brick nogged timber frame with tile roof, 2 storeys, 3 window bays with 3-bay return (north). High sandstone plinth. Close studding, in heavy timbers, with rails only to windows. Angle braces, west gable jettied at first floor and apex. Large sandstone stack to rear (south) with diagonally set flues. Flush casements with glazing bars. French window on the garden front (east). The west gable has timber in the chevron style with struts from the king post and three struts from the tie beam each side; the east gable has a similar arrangement painted on the plastered apex. There is a gable end stack to the north wing. The boarded entrance door is in the north-west angle of the building. Interior: Heavy ovolo moulded beams and square section joists in all ground floor rooms. Old boarded door. Georgian cast iron mantel. At first floor two oak Elizabethan 6-panel doors on "H" hinges with remains of older wrought hinges, latches and oak cased lock. Wide oak flooring. Wide oak staircase with turned newel and one 75mm turned baluster per tread, fixed between timber framed internal walls. Truss with curved tie beam and two posts, wide ceiling joists. House said to have been used to accommodate visitors to a salt spring in an adjoining field.

Listing NGR: SJ5695155324


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Legacy System number: 56816

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